Polling Place Information. Election Day, go to the polls; bring your identification.
The polls are open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. Make sure to bring appropriate identification to the polls to avoid having to cast a provisional ballot! Acceptable forms of identification can be found on page 9. Mark your ballot beside the name of the candidate you wish to vote for.
To vote for an official write-in candidate, write the candidate's name in the line provided AND mark your ballot beside the name you have written. An official list of write-in candidates is provided at your polling location.
Ask for assistance if you are physically unable to mark your ballot or wish to use the accessible voting system. Two election officers from different political parties will assist you in marking your ballot if you wish to vote a paper ballot and are physically unable to mark it. Neither of the election officers who assist you in voting are allowed to influence your vote by recommending or suggesting any candidate or political party for any office.
If you spoil your ballot, conceal your vote and present it to the election judge. Each voter is entitled to only two additional replacement ballots.
If you believe that a violation of the Help America Vote Act of 2002 has occurred, you may contact: Secretary of State Election Services Division, 1700 West Washington Street, 7th Floor, Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2888; or call 1-877-843-8683; or visit us online at www.azsos.gov.
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